Thanks guys. It never gets old having something tug on the end of your line. Its even better when its a good fish to eat.
Today we made another trip out there and took one of Dads life long friends along. Of course the Crappie didnt really want to cooperate so in order to show him a good time we decided to check on of my Sandbass spots before heading back. I had been telling him they should be stacking up there all day as they leave the creeks and boy were they ever stacking up!!!! We pulled up and dropped the trolling motor and the graph lit up. I smiled and said they are here. Within a minute we were all 3 hooked up and of course all the boats decided to crowd us. We proceeded to catch over 200 fish while the other boats continued to get closer and closer but they refused to speak so I refused to tell them why they were not catching them.
We ended up sending Dads friend home with a mixed bag of 48 Crappie and Sandbass. Next few days look pretty windy so will probably quit picking on the little fishys for a few days.